Kenya Premier League action continued over the weekend where two matches were played. Gor Mahia secured a 1-0 victory over Wazito FC at the Narok county stadium on Saturday.
The victory placed Gor Mahia on the fourth place at 38 points after participating in 22 matches this season. Kogalo have only lost one out of their last five matches.
On Sunday, AFC Leopards hosted Police FC at the Nyayo National Stadium. The teams shared points after a 1-1 draw at fulltime. The 'Ingwe' haven't lost any of their last five matches which leave them in the 11th position on 28 points.
After 0-1 away win at Ulinzi Stars, Homeboyz went back to winning ways in the league which keeps them on top of the table at 49 points.
With the 0-0 away draw at KCB, the second place Tusker did not repeat the performance of their previous match and shared the points this time, extending their unbeaten run to 11 matches and did not concede any goal in their last 3 games in the league.
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